criticized colin kaepernick and others for sitting down or kneeling down. a lot has changed over the past year. what jerry jones does in reaction to that could be interesting. "the five" is back now. >> greg: welcome back, america. i am greg gutfeld with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters, dana perino. "the five" at 5:00. what the hell, nfl? what is next? some players kneeled for the anthem in england but stood for "god save the queen." the british empire sent three millions of africans into slavery. the players stood for the most imperialist empire of all time. i am officially outraged.
i now protest the protesters. see how easy that was? some redskins took a knee. they are fine with what is on their helmet but not the flag. this issue has one extra ingredient: trump. how about the raiders? their emblem is a pirate. i bet pirates weren't community organizers. kneeling is a protest against racism. others say disrespects the flag. others see it as a time to stretch their quads. that is lesean mccoy. he got 21 yards on 14 carries. keep stretching, champ. this all started with colin. nancy, can you help me with his name? >> colin kaepernick doing what he did. >> greg: he took a knee. he also wore socks with pigs dressed as cops. don't blame donald trump for politicizing football.
he didn't wear the socks or inject division into a game. you can disagree but don't be shocked. you protest on the clock. a businessman is going to want to fire you. you run a restaurant and a waiter starts chanting "meat is murder." you're going to fire him. that's how bosses think. believe me, i know. nfl, espn, the emmys, college campuses, democratic party. they are crippled by identity politics. the politics of separation replaces patriotism here literally unwraps around your brain like a warm suffocating blanket. goodbye, football. bow down to the new national pastime: identity politics. the worst team sport ever because we all lose. all right, juan. how awesome is this? the anthem is the most exciting, important part of the game. >> juan: it was the news all weekend, bigger news than any of the games. except for the guy who kicked the field gold at the end of the
eagles-giants game. i disagree with you about who introduced divisiveness. i think trump was being intentionally divisive. he said this in alabama. i think he's thinking it's going to stir his supporters and his supporters are on the other side of the black lives matter issue. he says i don't have any awareness this is a racial issue. i mean, come on. >> greg: i think he'll fence and upsets every race, creed, color. paul ryan is not black. john mccain is not black. >> juan: robert kraft is not black. robert kraft is his buddy. >> greg: it is not a race issue. thank you for proving my point. this is the end of the show. back to 9:00. kimberly, everyone seems to be taking a knee everywhere but church. >> kimberly: that's the thing. i don't like to see this happen in sports and the nfl. people staying in the
locker room. i love the guy who came out, that was fantastic. i think the problem is the media has such an obsession with president trump. they love him but they hate them and they love to hate him. they want to keep this going. he's going to be himself. he's not going to go through some magic transformation because he became president. his personality, the way he is and focus as a businessman, it's where he comes from. it's talking about that. this is my business and this is what people are doing. this is what i would do. he's giving unsolicited advice. does it have an impact? sure. people want to react and say we are not going to stamp the national have appeared were not going to respect the country. because we are peeved at trump. we are irritated he told us we should stand. >> greg: president trump did
what colin kaepernick did. he raised awareness. he protested. he used his voice. his name is alejandro villanuev villanueva. top selling jersey in the last 24 hours. >> jesse: trump is not being divisive. the people who kneeled during the anthem, i consider that divisive. trump is criticizing divisive behavior and ripping people that neil isn't racist. he spent the last week criticizing crooked pillory. the only time the left defense football is when people disrespect the country. for years, before the controversy, a bunch of hooligans, knuckled draggers. they are domestic violence abusers. you are taking men away from their wives on sunday. the logos are racist. now it's the opposite. tim tebow took a knee to pray. he was mocked. these guys kneeled to trash the flag and they are celebrated as heroes. trump got a little carried away in alabama when he use the phrase s ob.
i don't think you would use that phrase to their face. i think he was expressing the view of the majority of the country. no one thinks these guys should be kneeling during the anthem. it's disrespectful, it's not your platform. you have the right to do up with the boss has a right to fire you. during the anthem, it's time to honor the soldiers who died fighting for the flag, not a time to push your grievances. >> greg: i'm okay with the protest. it's nonviolent. nobody is getting hurt. then you must be okay with the response because the responses part of the protest. the protest is meant to upset people. when people get upset, how can you be surprised, how can you be mad? donald trump is an viewer. he is every guy at home going "why are they doing this?" >> dana: and increasingly a lot of women. in the past ten years, the nfl's marketing has been about family. it's quite a conservative message.
everyone should gather together. their marketing expertise when it comes to jerseys. if you look at how many women are buying the jerseys, i bet it was pretty high. they have diversified into these great things. and then kaepernick does his kneeling thing two years ago when no one does anything. if you are wearing the uniform, i'm assuming you mean you are at work. if you are at work, are you allowed to do things that are against the rules of the organization? if we did that, that would be fired. that has actually happened. think about divisiveness, i agree with jesse. it started with kaepernick wanting to make protest. i understand he's willing to do that. what i think is amazing is i don't think trump meant to do this. by the way, then all of a sudde sudden. it helped solidify his base even more. people are like heck yeah, this is what i believe.
i would bet for all those people who kneeled, 13% of players. that means 81% or whatever. they didn't do it. but if you are to ask them, why are you protesting. it started with kaepernick complaining that white officers were being led off for having killed black children in the line of duty. he's mad about that, so he protests about that. if you were to ask, why are you protesting? because he insulted my mother when he said fobs. he insulted the franchise. it was about them. now the protest is completely watered down. >> greg: now if you are protesting the flag, you are protesting donald trump which i think it's a win for donald trump. shall we go to donald trump? >> i think it's very disrespectful to our flag and our country so i certainly think the owners should do something
about it. there was great solidarity. i watched a little bit and i will say there was tremendous solidarity for our flag and our country. this has nothing to do with race. i've never said anything about race. this has nothing to do with race or anything else. this has to do with respect for our country and respect for our flag. >> greg: kimberly, this is quite a contrast. people see the flag and they say "symbol of oppression." he sees the flag and he says it represents the courage of the country. can we reconcile this? >> kimberly: service to the country. we can reconcile. service to the country, patriotism. i didn't just wake up up one morning and say -- he has an opinion. he's entitled to it. the people upset with him now are kneeling because they are upset. they don't support president trump. again, let's talk about coming together as a country and about what unites us that makes this country so special and excepting
an open and inviting to so many people from all over the world that have made families here and careers and established for generations to be able to live and thrive here so this is the wealthy, strong, powerful, loyal country who can help others in times of need like we've seen. that's the kind of country we should be focusing on and people are letting their -- their own inner insecurities or upset about the ideology overshadow the purpose of the anthem, and that to me is sad that it's getting lost and misused in this fashion. >> juan: you you know who was divisive? donald trump. i don't think there's any question. i think the nfl owners said the reason they stood on the field with the players is because they said we are not going to allow ourselves to be divided by president trump who is using it as a political football, the nfl. there's no question when you look at the history of sports,
right now the teams that get on the field for the -- team student get on the field for the anthem until recently. they used to display the anthem. then you saw the military start events. they paid -- teams like my team the washington football team put on this military display. they were being paid. the military sought this out purposefully. >> dana: part of their marketing budget. they were trying to find people who would want to join. >> juan: correct. and to build this whole sense of patriotism up. they are the ones who conflate it. the key point to me is what colin kaepernick did and colin kaepernick's jersey is the top selling generally jersey in the country. >> greg: social justice warriors out there. >> juan: this guy for the steelers, he said i agree with colin kaepernick. >> jesse: i think the nfl mishandled it, as they mishandled deflategate,
concussions, domestic violence. you have the nfl finding players for trying to commemorate fallen officers with a decal or 9/11 victims. there is no sanction whatsoever for kneeling during the national anthem. it's crazy. the steelers player, villanueva. he is being criticized by his own coach for standing with his hand over his heart during the national anthem. >> juan: why? >> jesse: he was the only one who didn't do it as a member of the team. >> juan: no. if we all got together and made a decision. >> jesse: sometimes the country comes before the team. he is a veteran who served in afghanistan. he's not going to stand inside while everyone else -- >> juan: i am saying the coach was not criticizing him for having a political stand. in fact, i think everybody would say hats off. this man served three tours. the team made a decision and even his teammates who love him said we thought we were all in
this together. >> jesse: this guy is not a hero but kaepernick is a hero? you can't have it both ways. >> juan: i can because kaepernick to many people is standing. >> jesse: how is he standing? >> greg: we can continue this because this story is not going away, much like us. we are here to stay at 5:00 p.m. it was too late. scary. people on the street out there. next come up more on president trump's views on the national football league and later sean hannity joins us. he hosts "lou dobbs tonight." i believe. you know who likes to be
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♪ >> jesse: continuing with the anthem outrage. a lot of people chiming in on the controversy who have no idea what they are talking about. here's one of them, "grey's anatomy" actor jesse williams. >> this is a scam. this is not part of football. it was invented in 2009 from the government paying the nfl to market military recruitment to get more people to go off and fight wars and die. this has nothing to do with the
nfl or an american pastime or tradition. it's to get boys and girls to fly overseas and kill people. >> jesse: now it's completely gone off the rails with visible protesting. my theory is the fans don't want these people kneeling. the audience doesn't want them kneeling. ratings are down. the jersey of the guy who stood is the highest seller. get the media thinks this is a big loser for president trump. >> greg: i like that everyone has to issue a statement. every analyst, every athlete. they are trying to steal our jobs. this is what we do at "the five." i don't need to hear an actor from "general hospital." nobody watches that show. >> kimberly: "grey's anatomy." meredith gray is the main female character. >> greg: i don't care about her. i love it how patriotism only matters to them when it's
dissent. but they talk about planes flying. they call it flag-waving. bob costas. that's just flag-waving. if you dissent, who that's patriotic. >> jesse: there's a big disconnect between fans out there. only a few players doing that. the owners are caving because they don't want to upset a few of their players. people don't like this, dana. >> dana: i think what they are going to see it as it will down to high school, college, little league. my team stood in your team didn't. you imagine the parents of these teams? civility hangs by a thread and i think that was one of the complaints about, president trump -- i think he could have done this a different way which is to say i can't wait for you to come to the white house because we will all be together and it will be great. he wouldn't have teams saying they don't want to go. this week we could have led with
any number of stories. jared kushner revelation about possibly using a private email account for government business. >> greg: we are not going to do this story. >> dana: we are not because we have the story to do. you could talk about obamacare repeal and replace. what president trump is able to do is flip it around and it's the story everyone is talking about. how he is on the side of the flag in the country against a few greedy billionaires and overpaid athletes. therefore somehow he keeps winning. >> jesse: we don't even think he did it on purpose. >> kimberly: i agree with dana. it came up. he is spontaneous. that's why the speech was over an hour and 20 minutes, whateve whatever. he's just talking. he's saying what he thinks. he doubled down on it. he's not backing off on it. that's his opinion. like it or not, whether you agree or not, he's authentic in the sense that he is tells --
telling you what he thinks. his friends can disagree with them, like robert kraft. president trump called him every day. tom brady, highest played player. they don't love it because ticket sales are down and the numbers, the ratings come all of it. you know who wants this? nascar wants no part of it. >> juan: one thing that bothers me, people saying it's disrespectful to the flag. i think we all honor the flag for the fact of the matter is this is about a social protest. people choosing their method of protest. these people are not burning the flag. they are not inciting violence. they are protesting how the police engage in brutal tactics. >> kimberly: not anymore.
>> greg: cops are there. have the guts to go to the cops. >> juan: no. you are generalizing. it's not all cops. it's bad cops. again. >> greg: if you talk about who politicize football in america, look at who wouldn't hire black players. alabama, mississippi, georgia. you look at pro football teams. we are going to protect our heritage and tradition and that means black players. that's part of the tradition. >> greg: i want to be clear. >> juan: you say bringing politics into it. why do you have to do that? >> greg: there are cops on the field. wont you have the guts to protest against them instead of the flag. they don't. >> juan: what are you talking about? >> greg: there are cops on the field.
>> juan: protecting the players. >> greg: you don't see the irony in that? >> jesse: i think kneeling for the anthem does not garner any sympathy for the cause. >> juan: is that why stevie wonder -- >> jesse: it is failing. i am watching. no one else is because the ratings are down. sean hannity joined "the five" next. he has a big show, brand-new time slot with a special guest who never does interviews. t jus, but at home. she thinks she's the boss. she only had me by one grade. we bought our first home together in 2010. his family had used another insurance product but i was like well i've had usaa for a while, why don't we call and check the rates? it was an instant savings and i should've changed a long time ago. there's no point in looking elsewhere really. we're the tenneys and we're usaa members for life. usaa. get your insurance quote today.
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>> you hated being at 9:00. >> dana: i didn't hate it and i tried not to complain but the truth is i never got used to it. i tried not to complain. i never got used to it and i would prefer to go to bed but i won't go to bed until after your show. >> there are a lot of people is that i can't stay up and watch a show at 10:00. yes, you can. it's important. >> kimberly: "fox & friends" ." they are going to watch it. >> when you think about cable battles, wars. we lost three quarters of our primetime audience, and the fact that the channel. i am saying thanks to all those people. they have been so supportive. who would have ever thought hannity would be the last man standing? >> dana: oh, my gosh. >> jesse: i was wrong. i admitted. >> greg: have to be nice to sean.
when you are with o'reilly, you didn't have to be. >> jesse: this is the first time we have been on the set together. >> kimberly: arm wrestle. he would smoke you. >> greg: if there were eight or nine serious crises this company went through and one could have sunk any network. it's a testament to the audience. i think this system. loyalty. one of these could have -- >> one of the reasons, and all of you that have been here from the beginning, i think you know i have been the biggest champion of the show. you would ask me. i said, this is a hit show. there is such an amazing chemistry, and the numbers you guys pulled from pretty much day one has been phenomenal and amazing. almost unprecedented in cable news. with all that said, yes. i never would've thought i am the bridge between the
generations. >> kimberly: going back to the beginning. you are at 9:00 so many years ago. to me, it feels good like going home again and i'm excited to watch tonight because you have a huge interview with the man who doesn't give interviews, steve bannon. >> i have interviews this week with four people who rarely give interviews. four. >> jesse: can you give us a hint? >> no. tonight is going to be good. we are talking about the same football issue you are talking about. the nfl is going to have a make a decision. if they are not going to let the dallas cowboys put on their helmet in respect of the five slain officers last year and they are not going to let -- what was the name of the linebacker? avery williamson wanted to put "never forget" on the 15th anniversary of 9/11. then they allow the players to take a knee. either they allow it or they don't. one of the things i love about sports as we get out of the political world. it unites everybody, and we like to see the most talented. why are you looking at me like that?
>> juan: your guy donald trump brings this into it and then you want to blame the players. >> the players that aren't respecting those who fought, bled, died. >> juan: most nfl players were not doing anything until donald trump called their -- >> jesse: now we can see who the real men are. >> greg: the hypocrisy. you resent people introducing politics into sports that you throw a football on show. you introduce sports into politics. >> i do. everyone makes fun. the only reason it's a nerf football, when i use a real football. i have to pay for all the lights. >> dana: you could pay for throwing lessons. i'm awake now. it's been six months. my shoulder is better now. >> i'm not letting someone
operate on my rotator cuff. >> dana: at that was the only way you can get it healed. >> that is the only way. i've got a little bit of sidearm. >> juan: bannon will be in alabama. we have a big senate race. he is supporting roy moore, the ayatollah of alabama. >> greg: the ayatollah? >> juan: that's what he is. get out of here. >> jesse: the ayatollah is not a nice guy. >> juan: my man sean is not going to buck the president. the president is supporting luther. >> i have already endorsed roy moore. and mo brooks. my anger is at mitch mcconnell right now. he is at 18% approval rating in kentucky. it's really simple.
when you make promises in life and you give your word, you show a sense of urgency. my biggest complaint about all of government, republicans and democrats, they are not serving the 50 million americans in poverty on food stamps come out of the labor force, 51 year low in home ownership rates. real americans are really suffering and government is failing them at a spectacular level. maybe someone who is a conservative who votes republican, i expect more out of them. >> juan: i forgot who was the obstructionist party. >> i am a fan of keep your doctor, save money. >> dana: i don't know a ton about that race. roy moore has said he was against the wall. he has backtracked on that. he's been against the graham-cassidy bill, so wouldn't he be just as much a problem for president trump as he is for mitch mcconnell? >> i think the reason,
$3.5 million he's put in. you and i have had this discussion privately a lot. i want people that are jazzed and motivated and don't long vacation. they have the best health care. they have barbershops, workout rooms. >> dana: i get that but i'm curious about this race in particular. >> jesse: you didn't hear about the senate barbershops? >> at the end of the day, i think we can do so much better for the american people. >> dana: i don't disagree. i'm curious about this particular case because he says he was against it. he's changed his mind on the wall but luther strange has been for it, all along. >> as long as we have the agenda done, i will be happy. in 2014, i put out the conservative solution caucus. these solutions are simple. balance the budget, live within
your means, repeal and replace obamacare. health cooperative, health savings accounts. control your borders, tough national defense. i am a dishwasher. i am the guy washing dishes by hand. i have had an opportunity to have the american dream work in my life at a spectacular level. i can tell you right now i never deserved. i want every single person to have the wrong of the latter put in place and government -- rung of the ladder. we want hope and opportunity for people and they are not getting it. >> juan: you are saying luther strange is not going to knock the table over. >> i think roy moore is going to be more on the conservative side. he is going to be with the ted cruzs and may be challenging the leadership. they had seven and half years of telling us. mitch hasn't gotten off his big fat duff and gone to work.
>> greg: i am for luther strange. you have to vote for luther strange. he has the best name ever. he sounds like a villain. dr. luther strange. he was made radioactive. he was a veteran made radioactive by a mutant bunny. his name, luther strange. >> jesse: once we get kid rock in the senate, will be all set. >> i am taking eye drops because i have a problem with my eye. he said can i see it? >> greg: i check everybody's medications. >> juan: what are you going to say when a democrat wins the alabama seat? >> jesse: nothing. it will not happen. >> kimberly: we want to say thank you, sean. when the chauffeur started, you are out there supporting us and pushing.
when nobody believed in us and this guy was like, they've got it. >> i really mean this. i am blessed to know all of you personally, except him. [laughter] >> jesse: are we allowed to get along now? >> i never said a word. >> jesse: please. you saw me in the elevator. i'm not going to repeat what you said. >> greg: you and o'reilly are friends. you went on his show. >> he was recently at my house. >> greg: that must've been fun fun. >> it was fun. i did read his book. it's really good. >> kimberly: that's all the time we have. >> i am proud of everybody on the show. you have done so well. >> dana: i wouldn't be here if it wasn't for you. >> we love you guys. >> kimberly: see how much we love sean hannity.
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pushed back on that earlier today. >> we have not declared war on north korea. frankly the suggestion of that is absurd. it's never appropriate for a country to shoot down another country's aircraft when it's over international waters. >> dana: jesse, what they are trying to do is say calm down. this is not a problem. this is not a season of "24." this is serious business. >> jesse: most washington politicians, all talk and no actions. he is now shooting down a b-1 bomber. not attacking guam. not firing a missile at california. he does just enough to keep up the threat and consolidate his power domestically but not enough to invite an attack. the issue is every time he does detonate a bomb or launch a missile, scientists gain enough knowledge to be able to ultimately create the capability to put a nuke on an icbm, and then we are living under a
nuclear blackmail situation. >> dana: do you think kim jong un is sort of asking for a preemptive strike? >> greg: how can you have a declaration of war if we are already technically at war. we never stopped. it's like your ex announcing 15 years later that she is still dumping you. i get it, north korea. we are not facebook friends. trump has an uncanny way of taking every existing problem and involving everyone. why is north korea more bellicose than usual when the threat hasn't changed? obama said the very same thing about us being able to destroy north korea but he said it in an academic kind of way. the difference is progress. we have china and the u.n. and russia to have some extent playing our game. that's new. that's why north korea is more bellicose. the threat of annihilation, obama had mentioned before. >> dana: also the progress of
the technology on the north korean side. they are further along that we thought they would be. >> juan: what worries me is the bullying, the schoolyard talk. i don't think it's become -- i don't think he deserves. like, you're not going to show me up. this is ridiculous. >> dana: we have 30 seconds, kimberly. >> kimberly: thank you. the situation, the president has an obligation to protect and defend the united states from enemies foreign and domestic. certainly north korea has been more than provocative in terms of its threats, in terms of its conduct and its actions. furtherance of the threats. we have to take it seriously. i don't feel the president has declared this a war against north korea. at the same time, they have to be very careful because i think they push this all the way down to, you know, first and goal.
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>> ♪ welcome back to 5:00 ♪ it was fun while it lasted at nine ♪ ♪ your interactions ♪ all the different way you speak your mind ♪ ♪ keep the magic alive no matter what time ♪ ♪ i'll be watching "the five" >> juan: that was nice, that was excellent. our fans with adt about our move. we asked you on friday took tweet as videos or pictures to help us celebrate. we've gotten some great ones. we will be airing them all week. keep sending them. use the hashtag #welcomebackto5.
happy hour. excellent. what do you think, kimberly? >> kimberly: fantastic. i got some videos and pictures that to me too. >> greg: sorry about that. i had a little too much wine. [laughter] >> kimberly: you are creative. >> jesse: i was never at 5:00 but i am happy to be at 5:00. >> dana: very cute. >> juan: that has a horn. >> dana: she is happy. it's amazing how many people. >> greg: this is the point. the people wanted "the five" back at 5:00 because they drank very >> dana: they wanted to start drinking. >> kimberly: look at greg's phase. >> jesse: greg has a crush.
man crush monday. >> juan: the people at the gym say there watching while they are working out. >> dana: we love our work out. the mom's cooking dinner with their kids doing homework. >> greg: at my gym, they don't have -- >> dana: people saying hi. they are pretty happy. 90% of people are happy, i would say with my scientific survey. >> greg: don't email me or text me or tweet me about being at 5:00 and complaining. >> juan: i think some people think we used to watch you. >> kimberly: dvr. dvr. >> juan: switchover. you know how much you like it. watch at 5:00. we are great at any hour. >> greg: we are. >> juan: we are going to keep celebrating. next week and we are going to play your song choices as bump
in music. keep sending them using the hashtag #welcomebackto5. remember that accident i got in with the pole, and i had to make a claim and all that? is that whole thing still dragging on? no, i took some pics with the app and... filed a claim, but... you know how they send you money to cover repairs and... they took forever to pay you, right? no, i got paid right away, but... at the very end of it all, my agent... wouldn't even call you back, right? no, she called to see if i was happy. but if i wasn't happy with my claim experience for any reason,
als. als is lou gehrig's disease. that's why everyone was dumping buckets of water over their head. i was given an award for some of my work. it was like a wrestling belt. if you can see it. i was holding it up like a champion. if you want to donate to a full court press on als. they have a gofundme page. making progress. >> kimberly: good job, jesse. >> dana: one thing, you thought i was going to get to bed early tonight. i'm not. this week, i'm going to host "fox news tonight" for one week only. please join us at 10:00 p.m. one more thing, country is coming to "american idol." that is the most important music sean or we have. it was announced that brian will be named as a judge on
"american idol." next month. last week when i did my "one more thing." i cut out a picture. we spelled his name wrong. lovely young producer, new to country music but learning. we apologize. congrats on "american idol." >> greg: enough. no one cares. >> kimberly: everyone cares about this. time for kimberly's royal news. all right. prince harry and his girlfriend made their first public appearance today. the young royal couple held hands and sat together at a tennis game in toronto. prince harry is visiting for the invectives gains for wounded veterans and he founded the paralympic -- raising awareness. i am excited for them.
i look forward to many more segments like this. >> greg: time for something less inspirational. last week i did six different airplanes in two days and that kept popping up. young people with giant pillows. they are going on a plane. it's a bedroom pillow. leave it at home. it's not a neck pillow. we look silly. you don't impress anybody. >> kimberly: you have no pictures? >> juan: no fall break for chelsea manning. the canadian government won't let her in. thursday she was blocked from entering canada on grounds of serious criminality. the offense she was convicted of would equate to an indictable offense, treason, if committed in canada.
manning says she's going to challenge the decision. justin trudeau says he's going to look into it. >> greg: set your dvrs. never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is up next. >> bret: this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier in washington. we are following several major stories tonight. the congressional budget office has within the last few minutes analyzed the republicans latest obamacare repeal effort. we will have that from capitol hill. president trump and the national football league are in their own turf war over the flag. the national anthem. what it means to kneel during it. we start off with the u.s. declaring war on north korea, according to that country's top diplomats. that means he says his country can shoot down american warplanes even if they are not a north korean airspace. james rosen is